DETOXIFICATION GENE POLYMORPHISMS AND SUSCEPTIBILITY TO SPORADIC MOTOR NEURON DISEASE IN THE RUSSIAN POPULATION
Shadrina MI1,*, Slominsky PA1, Zherebtsova AL1, Levitsky GN2, Levitskaya NI2, Alekhin AV2, Semenova EV1, Serdyuk AV2, Skvortsova VL2, Limborska SA1
*Corresponding Author: Dr. Maria I. Shadrina - Institute of Molecular Genetics, Russian Academy of Scences, Kurchatov sq.2, Moscow 123 182, Russia; Tel.: +7-095-196-0210; Fax: +7-095-196-0221; E-mail: shadrina@ img.ras.ru
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